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Current engagement opportunities

Engage Ottawa

The City of Ottawa wants your input on the projects, policies, programs, and services that affect your daily life. From open houses to workshops and online engagement opportunities, your feedback helps to shape City decisions.

The City offers residents a variety of opportunities to engage, share information and collaborate. You can weigh in on different online engagement opportunities using the City’s new innovative engagement platform, Engage Ottawa.

Online engagement

 

  • Chapel Hill Park
    • The City is looking for feedback on the replacement of the spray post with a new splash pad at Chapel Hill Park, located at 1556 Forest Valley Drive.
  • Public Realm Plan for Stittsville Main Street
    • The City is developing a new Public Realm Plan in the Stittsville community for Stittsville Main Street from Hazeldean Road to Bobcat Way that will help inform the street’s revitalization.
  • Community Benefits Charge Strategy
    • The City of Ottawa has begun work on a proposal to establish a new Community Benefits Charge (CBC) By-law and strategy replacing the current Planning Act, Section 37 provisions.
  • Building Permits and Land Development Applications
    • The City of Ottawa has undertaken a multi-year, technology project to replace components of the 20-year-old Municipal Application Partnership (MAP) software solution. The MAP software solution currently used for land development applications, permits and licensing by the Planning, Infrastructure and Economic Development Department (PIEDD) has reached end-of-life and requires modernization.
  • Climate Resiliency Strategy
    • The City is developing a Climate Resiliency Strategy to assess how Ottawa is vulnerable to climate change and identify strategies to mitigate the greatest climate risks.
  • Remembering Ottawa: Stories and Legacies
    • As part of its cultural development mandate, the City of Ottawa is developing a municipal commemoration policy to guide commemorative programs and activities in our city.
  • Kanata North Tech Park Community Planning Permit Pilot Study
    • The City of Ottawa has initiated a pilot study to introduce and test the community planning permit (CPP) system in the Kanata North Tech Park

 

Ongoing engagement opportunities

  • Anti-racism and ethnocultural relations
    • Help us better address racism in our city.
  • Bike Parking Strategy 
    • We welcome and encourage your feedback as we develop a Bike Parking Strategy that will ensure the City is able to meet current and future demand for bike parking, and in doing so promote and encourage cycling. 
  • Community Safety and Well-Being Plan
    • Provide your feedback on strategies and actions to improve safety and well-being for everyone in Ottawa.
  • New Official Plan
    • Provide your vision by summer 2021 for the future growth of the city and your feedback on the policy framework that will guide development.
  • Open Ottawa
    • The City provides free access to data and information through its Open Ottawa data portal. As part of the City’s Smart City 2.0 Strategy, we want to hear your ideas on how to improve the portal and what data sets you would like to see.
  • Orléans Corridor Secondary Plan Study
    • Provide your feedback on proposed future development in the Orléans Corridor.
  • Parks and Recreation Facilities Master Plan 
    • The City is looking for your feedback on the first Parks and Recreation Facilities Master Plan. 
  • Solid Waste Master Plan
    • Provide your feedback on how the City should manage solid waste over the next 30 years.
  • Transportation Master Plan
    • Provide your feedback on how the City how our transportation system can move us in the right direction for decades to come.
  • Vision Vanier
    • Ask a question about the Vanier revitalization projects and learn how you can engage with them.
  • Vanier Culture in Action
    • Provide your ideas and opinions on how to improve artistic, heritage and cultural life in Vanier.